I hope you can read the following post with a sense of humor. If you’re super enlightened all the time I don’t advise you to read it. If you’re a human that expresses emotions in a ‘healthy’ way and tries to keep up with this crazed society, maybe you’ll appreciate the sarcasm. If not, consider this as a late april fool’s joke. I’m sure you’ll like one of my next posts better.
Someone who isn’t familiar with English curse words that are considered to be ‘ok’ and tried to use ‘one who isn’t that bad’. Hopefully I got it right. If not, I’m sorry I didn’t mean to offend anyone. You guys are awesome!
Normally I would post a picture here, but since I’m a badass today – *cough* the picture I wanted has copywrite on it – I’ll just leave a link to the author’s website: http://bit.ly/H8vHxl If you want to laugh, you can see the picture there.
Have you ever had one those days where you just thought: Up yours, Law of Attraction? Occasionally you see people out there who look so spiritually enlightened that it seems they have all their emotions under control. They’re just ‘zen’ all the time. It’s like they’re breathing inspirational quotes. Their heads must be filled with harp music.
And there’s you. Trying to be in that spiritual, positive state as much as you can. But you have three deadlines lurking or a baby on your hands that can’t stop crying.
I think it makes us very human to – once in a while – think: You know what? ‘Go away’ for a minute! It’s a way of blowing off steam so we don’t hold all our frustration inside and turn into guys with ladies in their basements.
As long as after we’re done ranting we can get back into that creating mindset and realize the Law of Attraction is actually pretty kewl – In a time that there are so many things you can’t control, it’s nice to have something to fall back on that you can influence – It’s ok to be a ‘spiritual rebellion’ once in a while. Aren’t we put here on earth to experience and learn? Otherwise we would be flying around in heaven with halo’s on our heads or something. But since we’re not, I think it’s okay to allow what you feel to be there for a moment and just let it out. Isn’t that what mindfulness is about anyway?